The latest devices from Motorola Mobility were revealed at the recent 2014 IFA Consumer's Electronics Affair in Berlin: the Moto X+1 (or Moto X 2nd Gen), Moto G2 (or Moto G 2nd Gen) and the Moto 360.
It can sounds a bit confusing, but the 2014 Moto X and 2014 Moto G are simple improvements over their predecessors.
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Samsung gears up as it prepares to launch its latest phablet, which could give Apple's iPhone 6 a run for its money.
On Sept. 3, Samsung took the stage at IFA 2014 to introduce their new products, namely the Gear S (said to be a competitor to the Apple Watch), the Galaxy Note Edge, and the Galaxy Note 4.
The Galaxy Note 4 is said to look very similar to its predecessor, the Note 3, with its 5.7 inch screen, textured back, and metal band around the edges. However, the similarity ends there as the device will feature numerous upgrades and new features. more >>
Fans of the WWE and its video games will have to wait a little longer as the release date of WWE 2k15 for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has been pushed back to November.
2K Sports confirmed this with a post on Twitter on Tuesday.
"#WWE2k15 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One has a new release date of November 18, November 21 Internationally," 2K Sports wrote. more >>
Halo 5: Guardians is an upcoming first-person shooting game developed by 343 Industries and published by Microsoft Studios. The game will come out on the fourth quarter of 2015 and will be an Xbox One exclusive.
"Halo 5: Guardians" will be the fifth main title in the Halo franchise and will serve as a sequel to Halo 4. The title was first annouced to be in development at the Xbox One Reveal event May 21, 2013. A teaser trailer was then revealed during the Electronic Entertainment Expo in 2013 with Phil Spencer first stating the game to come out on 2014.
Spencer also announced during the reveal that the Reclaimer trilogy was going to be expanded, saying he didn't want the Reclaimer story to be limited within a trilogy. more >>
The Apple iOS is one of the three more popularly known smartphone operating system available on the market, with the other two being Google Android and Windows.
Much like the other two mentioned, the Apple iOS has its own distribution platform where users can download applications, or apps for short.
Free apps, while no payment is necessary, will have some catches or are riddled with advertisements. more >>
Android L, set to go up against the recently released Apple iOS 8 in biggest mobile OS update since the 2008 launch, is expected to be unveiled this autumn, according to reports.
Formerly known as Android 5, Google officially introduced the Android L earlier this summer during their annual I/O conference. Although the Mountain View-based tech giant didn't announce the release date of the new Android system, they made it available for download as test betas (Developer Preview) for licensed developers.
Speculations strongly suggest that it will arrive hand in hand with the purported Nexus 8 or earlier than that, Experts Reviews reported. As for the updates, Android Geeks pointed out that one of the key features of the Android L will be about Lock Screen improvements. While previous versions like the KitKat and the later only allows user to see notifications and the time, the latest Lock Screen now enables direct interaction with the notifications. more >>